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Tachina sp. from Turkey
Heteropteran
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Posted on 16-10-2017 05:17
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A new list was published for the Tachinidae fauna of Turkey. Following Tachina species were listed:
Tachina (Echinogaster) praeceps
Tachina (Eudoromyia) fera
Tachina (Eudoromyia) magnicornis
Tachina (Eudoromyia) nupta
Tachina (Servillia) lurida
Tachina (Servillia) ursina
Tachina (Tachina) grossa
Tachina corsicana
(erroneous??)

Hatay, Turkey, 25-06-2009

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Zeegers
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Posted on 16-10-2017 17:28
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Well, I am not 100 % convinced this is Tachina. It sure looks like one, but the legs are all black, which is very exceptional in Tachina...

Theo
 
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Posted on 17-10-2017 05:16
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So maybe a Peleteria sp?
 
Zeegers
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Posted on 20-10-2017 16:34
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Maybe, maybe not.
Making identifications is not a guessing competition.

Theo
 
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